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How to record video evidence without programs XBOX Game BarAre you tired of recording videos of the game using some external software that takes up the valuable resources of your computer? Do you waste your time editing long videos to make reports? Here we have the solution. But what is this? Windows 10 includes a feature called Game DVR to record video within any verified game, Euro Truck Simulator 2 and American Truck Simulator fall into that category. This function is similar to the one used in NVIDIA Shadowplay and Replay Buffer in OBS but without heavy processes, making your game a little more fluid since Game DVR is included and optimized in the operating system. And how it works? Simple, you enter the game and when you want to record what just happened you press the key combination WIN+ALT+G, this will create a video file in a specific folder. For example: You are driving quietly and suddenly a Skoda car comes with NCZ hack-lag and sends you to fly to another universe, it seemed like a nice moment so you press the combination WIN+ALT+G and a video clip will be saved with what has just happened in the last 15, 30 or more seconds (depending on your configuration) before pressing the combination. I want it now! What I need? Windows 10 Creators Update (1703, Build 15063) or higher. You probably already meet this requirement. And now what do I do? Open "Settings": Select "Gaming": In the "Game bar" tab, verify that the following option is active: In the "Game DVR" tab, verify that the following option is active: Note: Do not forget to select the number of seconds that will be recorded before you press the key combination, we recommend 30s although 15s is also viable. (Optional) In the "Game DVR" tab you can choose if your video will have audio: OFF: The file size will be smaller. It is a good idea if you will only record reports of road incidents since the audio is not necessary for the evidence. ON: The file size will be a bit larger. It is a good idea to record evidence where audio is important, for example: Voice insults/spam via CB Radio. (Optional) In the "Game DVR" tab you can choose if the audio of your video will be only of the game or it will also include the sounds of the system: ON is an excellent option for those who play and listen to music with some application, for example Spotify, and who do not want their songs to be heard in the video. (Optional) In the "Game DVR" tab you can select the parameters of the video: You can choose the frames per second that will be recorded, with 30FPS is more than enough. You can also select the quality of the video, Standard is quite good. We already finished? Yes, you can now open the game and record your clips of what has just happened by pressing the WIN+ALT+G key combination (you can add another combination of keys in the Game bar tab). By default the videos are saved in This PC -> Videos -> Captures. Spanish version: Polish version: Czech version:
Ban Evidence from moderator
RyanJA posted a question in Solved TopicsFirst of all sorry if this is in the wrong place. How long is a moderator given to attach evidence after banning a player in game? Thanks
Reports and video evidence
Ptterz posted a question in Solved TopicsHey, I have a problem! I was uploading to Plays an evidence video, and it looks just great on my computer, but the uploaded video has like a frame per hour quality. Sure, you get some sort of picture what happened. I even tried to reupload a video, when I noticed that, but it still has terrible quality. It seems that some uploads are only half that bad and suddenly stops lagging and shows the real quality. Are those still going to be ok evidence or not? Here's an example: https://plays.tv/video/5d6019a6214b86d99a The video was recorded as 1080p, 30fps and it does look like it on my computer, but not on Plays. And if those are not good, what would be a better service to upload evidence instead of Plays or Youtube, since the first one seems to kill the quality of uploads?
Ptterz posted a question in Solved TopicsHey, when creating a report it now says that "Please provide all evidence, including /pinfo or similar". What does this mean exactly, like how does it differ to earlier reporting? Is it a must that /pinfo is visible on that video? Sometimes it is hard to see the number when something happens.
Attaching video evidence to a report
kezar12 posted a question in Solved Topicshi i am writing up a report and i dont know how i am meant to copy my video evidence to the report as there is no option to upload thank in advance
Report for insulting in the comment section of an evidence
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